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Warbler, Hong Kong, Feb 2020 (1 Viewer)

snapperx5

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Warblers are a pain for me, these were seen earlier this month

Pic 1, seen at Mai Po, possibly Willow Warber?

Pic 2 - 5, seen at Tai Po Kau, haven't got a clue
 

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johnallcock

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#1. Dusky Warbler. A common species at Mai Po.

#2. I find this difficult from these photos - it's not possible to see the wing bars or head pattern well. Looking at the pale lower mandible, I would guess at Two-barred Warbler, but the legs look a bit pale so I'm not too confident.
 

snapperx5

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#1. Dusky Warbler. A common species at Mai Po.

#2. I find this difficult from these photos - it's not possible to see the wing bars or head pattern well. Looking at the pale lower mandible, I would guess at Two-barred Warbler, but the legs look a bit pale so I'm not too confident.

Hi John

Dusky Warbler would make sense, it was popping around at ground level.

The other warbler was high up in the trees and here is the only other detailed photo I have
 

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